Sarah Kane's 1998 play is a difficult watch that suggests love is most powerful weapon of torture there is
The play about Rochdale child sex rings leaves us with just a smidgen of hope that the protagonist will rise from the ashes
Thorne wrote the scripts for Skins, Glue, and This is England, among others, and is the man putting words in the mouth of a grown-up Harry Potter for a new stage show
There’s potential for it to become a kitsch cult classic, so-bad-it’s-delicious style – but there’s a lot that’s just bad-bad
When two heads are better than one
For one young couple, there has always been a simmering tension in the kitchen. Would the knives be out on Koh Kood?
The Super Bowl's 50th anniversary is drawing attention to California's hilliest city
It’s not just the Oscars that has a diversity issue. Holly Williams asks artistic director Dawn Walton for an action plan
This week, finally, it is getting its first UK production at the Southwark Playhouse in London
They came to these shores to flee civil war, to escape censorship, to launch a fashion label, to advance scientific research… but while these immigrants to the UK are as diverse as their stories, one thing they share is that each will be making a big impact in 2016
Walter Iuzzolino, the curator of Channel 4's "Netflix of foreign drama", tells us about the subtitled shows to look out for in 2016
Gruff Rhys expands his 2007 album Candylion into a psychedelic fable
Mindfulness, yoga, kombu seaweed... Holly Williams has led the good life from birth. But now that the rest of us are buying into the hippie dream, she is seriously losing her zen
Music, Mad Men, museum memberships and more feature in our artistic round-up
It will be an intense experience, according to the director and his leading lady, Lydia Leonard
'Fourth-wave feminism has galvanised an internet-savvy, internationally-interacting, next-generation of young women'